Key Market Indicators
The country was number 4 in 2021, the United States led with 4,919,400 Kilograms. China, Germany and Canada respectively came in numbers 2, 3 and 5 in this ranking. Korean imports of ammunition will drop by 2.5% a year on average over the period 2021 to 2026, from 443,050 kilograms in 2021 to 386,480 kilograms in 2026, according to the latest figures. Since 1993, demand has decreased by a total of 9.3%. In 2021, Korea was the 17th largest importer, with Norway taking the lead at 443,050 kilograms. Slovakia, France and Spain were in second, third and fourth places respectively. Korean exports of ammunition will increase by an average of 1.6% a year over the 2021 to 2026 period, from 2,198,800 kilograms in 2021 to 2,459,700 kilograms in 2026. Since 1993, supply has grown by 27.9%. In 2021, Korea was the fourth largest exporter, with the United States taking the lead at 4,919,400 kilograms. China, Germany and Canada were in second, third and fifth places respectively.